We are so excited about recent visits from partners and friends to Nepal. During the month of February and now in March there was a constant flow of visitors as more people want to be involved in the work. It is such a rewarding ministry in many ways. Our friends from Venture Expeditions, USA visited […]
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FRIENDS OF OUT OF ASHES Vännäs, 2 February 2017 I have just put down the phone again after a long conversation with Raju Sundas. I can’t help but be encouraged every time I talk to him. In the midst of all the misfortunes that have happened around Light’s House Foundation (LHFN), it is full speed […]
At the beginning of this year we just want to say A Great Big Thank You to all friends of Out of Ashes and Light House Foundation Nepal (LHFN) for your help and support at this crucial time for the work in Nepal. It is so amazing to see how people reach out to help a […]
I have completed two thirds of my Asian trip and have just a few days left here in Yangon Myanmar. I was together in Nepal with a nine-member team from Umeå, Sweden and then with a team from Venure.org USA for a couple of days. Our visit to Surkhet area in western Nepal was amazing […]
Bethany Kindergarten is like a beehive with activity – 300 children full of energy, joy and laughter.
“Seeing the small girls that looked like baby birds with broken wings in February 2009, and now see them as young, strong, beautiful, bold girls who go to school and are preparing for university, it’s almost unreal. It is so moving. Are these the same girls?” Their destiny has changed. They now have dreams. They now have a future.
Download and watch the documentary! Produced by Code Red Films, Out of Ashes and others. It gives a very good insight into the rape industry with stories from several of those who have been freed. SYNOPSIS: “The brothels of India, perish young girls every day. Some die quickly from murder or suicide, others slowly from […]
I came back a few days ago from the recent trip to Singapore and Kathmandu. It is wonderful how the work against trafficking grows on so many fronts in Nepal
Down memory lane I have been looking at some photos and reading letters from when we started the work among from the Badi people. This letter below is from October 2009 six years ago and part of the memory lane. How insignificant it started… With just the desire to prevent small girls from being pushed […]